The desktop laser technology features a blue aiming beam which contrasts with tissue to enhance visibility and accuracy.

SOL’s curved, ergonomic contours of the handpiece provide better posterior access in multiple positions and reduce hand fatigue while performing longer procedures such as gingival contouring and tissue retraction for impression-taking and laser-assisted periodontal therapy, claims the company.

The desktop laser also includes disposable tips which eliminate the inconvenience and inconsistency of strip-and-cleave systems.

The company said SOL’s internal battery and light weight allow clinicians to move between operatories for over three hours without ever plugging in a cord, and the fiber spool cord management system ensures that unwanted lengths never interfere with clinical procedures.

DenMat chief executive officer Steven Semmelmayer said, "The new DenMat is committed to creating smarter clinical solutions that also provide exceptional value to our customers."